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  • Fight Night Champion Review

    Most sports games lack that personal affection you get with single-player campaigns in an action or role playing game. Even individual sports games (as opposed to team sports) rarely capture that character-driven narrative that titles such as Grand Theft Auto IV, God of War III, or Uncharted 2 carry...

  • Fight Night Round 3 Review

    Electronic Arts' Fight Night series has always garnered high acclaim from reviewers and players alike for its high-speed gameplay and impressive graphics. When Fight Night Round 3 was displayed at Sony's E3 2005 Press Conference, EA promised this latest incarnation would benefit immensely from the h...

  • Fight Night Round 4 Review

    Fight Night Round 4 pushes the bar on all fronts. If you like your games dazzling and shiny with sweat, blood, and bruises galore, Fight Night Round 4 pleases. Or do you want the real side of boxing, with strategy, anticipation, clever ideas, comebacks, and surprises? Round 4 satisfies that desire, ...

  • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Review

    Last year, Square Enix dipped its feet into the remastering pool with Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX, an excellent technical package of mostly great content that exuded a sense of its creators' love and care. But in my review, I noted that HD 1.5 ReMIX's version of the original Kingdom Hearts didn't fe...

  • Final Fantasy XII Review

    Final Fantasy XII is the latest addition to the epic series of role-playing games for the PlayStation 2 console.  The hugely successful series is renowned for its iconic characters, airships, chocobos and pointy-hatted mages, but RPG staples aside – the series always delivers an emotional...

  • Final Fantasy XIII Review

    With a glittering legacy that spans over 20 years it’s inevitable that a whole heap of expectation rides on the wings of every Final Fantasy game’s release. Living up to that sort of pressure and creating a game worthy of bearing the Final Fantasy name is an unenviable task, but Square E...

  • Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

    Final Fantasy is a name that's lost its former glory. After such shaky outings as Final Fantasy XII and XIII, and that one numbered online game, the series of titles haven't had the fiery following that any prior release of the same name has had. This inconsistent delivery of games almost makes the ...

  • Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Review - a wonderful cross-platform MMO worthy of monthly subscription

    After a 2010 launch experience plagued by slim content, low subscribers, and a horrendous UI, Square Enix took Final Fantasy XIV back to the drawing board with a new staff, better motives, and PlayStation 3 cross-platform gaming. Now, in 2013, Square hopes to convince gamers that, in a modern realm ...

  • flOw PS4 Review: Eat or be eaten in 1080p

    It is a welcome treat that shortly after Flower joining PlayStation 4’s repertoire, gamers can now enjoy flOw on their shiny new console. In flOw, you play as an aquatic organism that develops by eating other organisms--or becomes weaker by being eaten. Don’t worry, it’s nothing g...

  • flOw Review

    The first time I played flOw was as a PC flash game and I wasn’t really impressed with it. So when I heard that Sony was porting it over to PS3 I was less than enthusiastic, and this bias was still fresh in my mind when I started this review. However, five minutes of PS3 game time later, I had...

  • Flower Review

    From the creators behind the surreal PlayStation Network game, flOw, Flower is ThatGameCompany’s latest bite-sized, downloadable offering that is all set to spread its multicolored love with a fine sprinkling of flower petals, deep sunsets, red skies and lush green meadows just in time for Val...

  • Folklore Review

    The connection between the Netherworld and the current world was lost many ages ago, but as you step across a suspicious crime scene where murder is in the air, you discover that the world of the Folks isn’t what it always was. With each step, comes a newer piece of the puzzle through the form...

  • Foosball 2012 Review (PS Vita)

    Foosball 2012 - or in other words table football - has always remained an enjoyable sport when played in small bursts, therefore making it an ideal candidate for a handheld platform. Pleasingly, indie developer Grip Games has included several modes here that will keep you hooked for a long time. Ga...

  • Formula One: Championship Edition Review

    What is Formula One? Under the assumption that most Americans get their vehicular racing in the form of NASCAR, it is necessary to provide a little background information, as Sony so graciously forgot to when they plopped Formula One Championship Edition into non-European territories. Formula 1 i...

  • From Dust Review

    After nearly two months of waiting, Ubisoft’s From Dust makes its much-anticipated debut on Sony's PlayStation Network. This literal sandbox game inspired by PC classic Populous brings the God genre back from a long hiatus, with some interesting twists to boot. It’s not fair to start ta...

  • FrontMan Wireless Guitar Review

    Guitar Hero III and Rock Band don’t get along. Well, strictly speaking, that doesn’t make any sense, but due to some silly legal squabbling, the official guitar peripheral for each game isn’t interchangeable with the other. Simply put, us gamers got screwed. Nyko jumped on the oppo...

  • Fuel Tiracas Review

    Fuel Tiracas is the second of Brighton-based Futurlab's PlayStation Mobile launch duo. Fuel Tiracas centres around power stations which need reactors to operate. There are 12 in total, 12 levels, which get progressively more difficult. To progress through the game, you have to activate fuel cells...

  • Full Auto 2: Battlelines Review

    There’s nothing some guys love more than fast cars and things that go BOOM, and Full Auto 2: Battlelines offers them both in one action packed game. The original Full Auto was released back in February 2006 for the Xbox 360, and this destructive racer had the great idea of putting two diff...

  • Fuse Review: You fuse, you lose

    Insomniac Games has a history of creating some wonderful games and franchises, including Spyro the Dragon and Ratchet & Clank. However, with its work on Resistance and now especially Fuse, I can’t help but wonder if the developer trying too hard to appeal to mainstream audiences, and in th...

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